Tour of Lisson Settlement

Markhamville, New Brunswick

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The ride is situated in the Fundy Model Forest, southwest of Sussex Corner. On this 9.3-mile combination, you will see the remains of the Protestant Lisson Settlement in environs that closely resemble the land's pre-settlement state. The dramatic hills and old roads are best experienced on a mountain bike, where long climbs are rewarded with swift descents. Further, you are able to venture into the woods on narrow doubletrack trails that emerge at surprising openings. The ride follows well-marked, hard-packed dirt roads, grassy ATV-width trails, and rocky old roads that also serve as snowmobile trails in the winter.

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"The ride is situated in the Fundy Model Forest, southwest of Sussex Corner. On this 9.3-mile combination, you will see the remains of the Protestant Lisson Settlement in environs that closely resemble the land's pre-settlement state.

The dramatic hills and old roads are best experienced on a mountain bike, where long climbs are rewarded with swift descents. Further, you are able to venture into the woods on narrow doubletrack trails that emerge at surprising openings. The ride follows well-marked, hard-packed dirt roads, grassy ATV-width trails, and rocky old roads that also serve as snowmobile trails in the winter."

Activity Type: Mountain Biking
Nearby City: Markhamville
Distance: 9.3
Elevation Gain: 1,065 feet
Trail Type: Out-and-back
Technical Difficulty: Easy to Moderate
Physical Difficulty: Difficult
Season: June to October.
Local Contacts: Adair's Wilderness Lodge, 506-432-6687.
Local Maps: NTS: Waterford 21 H / 11. Brochures available by bike shops and visitor center.
Driving Directions: Directions to Tour of Lisson Settlement

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May 2018